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    Quote Originally Posted by robs1968
    Quote Originally Posted by PSdonkey
    I just use Slash N Flash V3. It does everything for me easy way.
    PSdonkey,

    Your use of Slash N Flash is irrelevant, and has nothing to do with my tutorial. Plenty of new users don't know what they're doing, and this simple step by step tutorial with images is to show them exactly how to replace files in flash0 manually.

    Better that they learn about the PSP's flash and do it manually, instead of using some application that does it for you, and doesn't show you what's happening in the process.

    Maybe you should make a Slash N Flash tutorial with detailed images instead of just posting that you use it.
    CHILL!! Slash 'n' Flash is just another way of flashing,.. wich noobs can learn too,.. i use S 'n' F,.. :mrgreen:
    Again nice tut but could be alot of info for noobs,..
    Anyway if you wanna know all about flashing instead of quickly flashing a theme,.. This is the best tutoriol i ever seen!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by vegetano1
    CHILL!! Slash 'n' Flash is just another way of flashing,.. wich noobs can learn too,.. i use S 'n' F,.. :mrgreen:
    lol...i'm chilling vegetano1.

    Certainly PSdonkey mentioning that he uses Slash 'n' flash is not a negative comment by any means, but it has nothing to do with my thread, does not contribute to my thread, and will just cause confusion and unnecessary questions on what slash n flash is, and which procedure is easier to use.

    btw, thx for the compliment on my tut. I figured it would be easier for n00bs to follow it with detailed images.

    as they say, a picture is worth 1000 words :mrgreen:

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    Seems with version 4 it has flash 2-4 on there....
    WTF is that for.. i doesnt show up anything when i open it so i just curious..
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    Quote Originally Posted by robs1968
    Quote Originally Posted by vegetano1
    CHILL!! Slash 'n' Flash is just another way of flashing,.. wich noobs can learn too,.. i use S 'n' F,.. :mrgreen:
    lol...i'm chilling vegetano1.

    Certainly PSdonkey mentioning that he uses Slash 'n' flash is not a negative comment by any means, but it has nothing to do with my thread, does not contribute to my thread, and will just cause confusion and unnecessary questions on what slash n flash is, and which procedure is easier to use.

    btw, thx for the compliment on my tut. I figured it would be easier for n00bs to follow it with detailed images.

    as they say, a picture is worth 1000 words :mrgreen:
    Slash 'n' Flash is a flash tool,..!??!

    Anyway i was refering to the dic and font thingy's,.. i would have uploaded the already made files,..(dic dummy's and the font space saver file,.. anyway,..)
    I did not even know how to make those,.. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips Tech Support
    Seems with version 4 it has flash 2-4 on there....
    WTF is that for.. i doesnt show up anything when i open it so i just curious..
    Flash2 - Flash Memory In firmwares 3.xx, it contains half of the DRM for Sony's official PS1 emulator, the other half is in flash0.


    Flash3
    - The flash memory is currently unused and only about 1mb in size although in custom firmwares it can be used along with flash2 to redirect firmware elements such as fonts.

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    bout time this is stickied i was getting worried.

    I also use S&F because I have a lot of themes. anyway. If a n00b were to ONLY USE S&F they would be so screwed if they didnt know how to use the recovery and flash files for them selves. I feel as a psp owner you should learn how to work the damn device inside and out before you start fucking with it.

    3.71 SONY PTF THEMES? CLICK HERE !![56k Warning]
    3.71 FLASH0/CXMB THEMES? CLICK HERE !![56k Warning]
    Installing a flash or cxmb theme? Click HERE !!

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    many thanks looks and feels gr8 cool.

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    can i delete the whole of the dic folder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by x Chopra x
    can i delete the whole of the dic folder?
    You can safely delete the folder to free up flash space, and will see no discernible difference.

    I would suggest dummying the contents of the dic folder instead of deleting it if you have a Japan region PSP.

    The dic folder (dictionary files), contains tons of information (Japanese business names,
    Japanese bands, definitions, etc.) and it also has a built in spell checker.

    I believe it integrates with the browser somehow as well.

    Also if you delete it and play MP3s that use shift-jis code, you'll get a BSOD.

    Dummying the files prevents the BSOD, because the dictionary file is still there to point to.

    Bottom line, deleting it is safe, meaning you don't have to worry about bricking your PSP, regardless of the region.

    Just backup flash0. You can always put the dic folder back if you want to.

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    robs can do anything in flash0!!!:mrgreenthumbsup:

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